Performance of an improved one-way error reconciliation protocol based on key redistribution

@article{Feng2014PerformanceOA,
  title={Performance of an improved one-way error reconciliation protocol based on key redistribution},
  author={Zhao Feng and Li Jingling},
  journal={China Communications},
  year={2014},
  volume={11},
  pages={63-70}
}
In data post-processing for quantum key distribution, it is essential to have a highly efficient error reconciliation protocol. Based on the key redistribution scheme, we analyze a one-way error reconciliation protocol by data simulation. The relationship between the error correction capability and the key generation efficiency of three kinds of Hamming code are demonstrated. The simulation results indicate that when the initial error rates are (0,1.5%], (1.5,4%], and (4,11%], using the Hamming… CONTINUE READING

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